Professor Michael Rigby and Dr Denise Alexander presented MOCHA work at the 64th Quality of Childhood meeting at the EU Parliament in Brussels, hosted by MEP Hannu Takkula (Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe, Finland) on 11th April 2017. The presentation was entitled Primary Health Care for Children in Europe. Similarities and Differences between Countries – what do they Mean? Interim findings of the Models Of Child Health Appraised (MOCHA) Horizon 2020 Project. Professor Rigby outlined the tasks and challenges faced by the MOCHA project, and Dr Alexander presented some initial results that illustrate the sometimes surprising similarities and differences between the countries in the project in terms of primary care health systems for children. The resulting discussion was rewarding and enlightening for all present.